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Three reasons why this struggling fintech stock may break out of its slump

Three reasons why this struggling fintech stock may break out of its slump

[ad_1] PayPal tumbled 16% this week, but one top analyst is making a bullish long-term case for the struggling stock.The company's underperformance follows leadership uncertainty. PayPal's chief financial officer, John Rainey, announced last week he'll leave the company in late May. Yet, Bruderman Asset Management's Akshata Bailkeri made an optimistic

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Majority wants insurers to restart sending physical copies of policy documents, says survey

Majority wants insurers to restart sending physical copies of policy documents, says survey

[ad_1] A majority of individuals want insurance companies to restart sending them physical copies of their insurance documents along with digital format as COVID-19 cases have ebbed, according to a survey. Almost 88 per cent of the respondents prefer to have a physical copy of their insurance document as insurance

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Wild inflation will hurt all financial assets, market researcher Jim Bianco warns

Wild inflation will hurt all financial assets, market researcher Jim Bianco warns

[ad_1] There may be no escape from the bond market turmoil — even for stock investors.Market researcher Jim Bianco warns critical Federal Reserve policies to control wild inflation will inflict widespread losses on Wall Street."Eventually, this is going to come back and hurt all financial assets," the Bianco Research president

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Ireda sanctions highest-ever loan of about Rs 24k cr in 2021-22

Ireda sanctions highest-ever loan of about Rs 24k cr in 2021-22

[ad_1] State-owned Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency has recorded its highest-ever loan sanction of Rs 2,3921.06 crore and disbursement of around Rs 16,070.82 crore in 2021-22. "Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency Ltd (IREDA), the largest dedicated lender of Renewable Energy in India ended FY2021-22 with its best-ever performance to date.

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PSU insurers lodge Covid insurance claims worth Rs 17,537 cr till Dec 2021

PSU insurers lodge Covid insurance claims worth Rs 17,537 cr till Dec 2021

[ad_1] Public sector insurers lodged COVID-19 related health insurance claims worth Rs 17,537 crore till December 2021 and more than 93 per cent of the cases were settled, Parliament was informed on Monday. "Till December 31, 2021, 14.92 lakh COVID-19 health claims, of a total amount of Rs 17,537 crore,

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Banking sector in sweet spot; should see robust loan growth this year: BoM MD

Banking sector in sweet spot; should see robust loan growth this year: BoM MD

[ad_1] With the COVID worries fading, the banking sector is set to register robust growth in the current fiscal on the back of stable macroeconomic conditions and growth-oriented policies of the government, said Bank of Maharashtra (BoM) Managing Director AS Rajeev. The banking sector is at an inflection point with

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NACH bounce rates fall to lowest in Q3 since start of Covid 19

[ad_1] In yet another marker that the third Covid wave had minimal impact on bank books, January bounce rates tracked by the NACH platform of the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) fell 100 bps month-on-month in January. Debit bounce rates for January 2022 at 23.4% by value were the

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